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Events & Festivals Catagory
Each month there are numerous Thailand festivals being celebrated throughout the kingdom.  The following Thailand events calendars are provided for visitors to find festivals and events.
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From: January 1, 2014
To: January 31, 2014


Sweet Tamarind Fair

1 January 2014 - 31 January 2014

Sweet Tamarind and agricultural product contest, Tamarind parade, Miss Sweet Tamarind, cultural show, Red Cross booth, exhibition from government and private sector, music concert by many artists at the front yard of new city town hall of Phetchabun.


Red Lotus Sea Festival
(Udon Thani)

13 January 2014 - 15 January 2014

Tourist will see red lotuses full blooming in the sea. It is the peerless beauty so that it becomes the origin of "Red Lotus Sea". You can choose and buy OTOP products and other goods..


PTT Pattaya Women's Open

26 January 2014 - 2 February 2014

The tennis " PTT Pattaya Open" is a women's professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts, which is one of the longest women tennis tournament in the world history with the top vote as Tournament of the Year in 2010 at the international series category. Many world top tennis players come to join this exciting tournament every year that will attract more visitors to come to Thailand. The tournament not only focuses on attracting the world's top tennis stars, but also supports the local Thai tennis players by offering them wild cards into the qualifying rounds and the main draw of the PTT Pattaya Open.

Song Tawan, Non Nap Dao, Fao Chon Mok, Aog Du Nok Festival

1 January 2014 - 31 January 2014

Watching sunset, stargazing practice, wild animal observing while traveling to see the sea of mistand bird watching, especially Kra Ling Kiad Hang Nam Bird which can be found only in Thailand at 19th Protection Unit of Kang Krajan National Park (Kao Panern Tung), Phetchaburi Province


Bo Sang Umbrella and San Kampang handicraft Festival
(Chiang Mai)

17 January 2014 - 19 January 2014

Contact Details : Ton Pao Municipal Office Tel.0 5333 8049

TAT Chiang Mai Office
Tel. +66 5324 8604, +66 5324 8607, +66 5330 2500


Chinese New Year Festival
Venue: Chinatown on Yaowarat Road, Bangkok

31 January 2014 - 1 February 2014

Chinese New Year is widely celebrated in Chinatown on Yaowarat Road, one of the most famous roads in Bangkok often referred to as the Golden Road and the Land of the Siamese Dragon. Visitors experience the strong connection between Thai and Chinese communities through the magnificent cultural performances that show the deep roots of Chinese culture in Thailand. This special occasion is opened by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn every year. There are several shrines located in this area, and it is believed that making merit at them during Chinese New Year brings good luck.

Highlight: Street performances such as dragon parades and lion dances, take place along Yaowarat Road, along with a wide range of delicious Chinese cuisine on sale on both sides of the street. Wearing a Chinese costume to participate in this event is recommended.


8th International Folklore Festival

1 January 2014 - 31 January 2014

There areinternational Folklore shows from 15 countries which is coming to participate international academic conference, exhibitions of international model of fabric and artist conference for world peace at SurinRajabhat University and 80th Anniversary H.M. The KingPark, Surin Province


Paying homage to PhrathatChoeng Chum Festival 2014
(Sakon Nakhon)

8 January 2014 - 15 January 2014

In the event you can join the ceremony to make merit and offer foods to a Buddhist monk, pay homage to venerable monk Ong Saen which it is believed that he will bless you luck in business and in life, sprinkle water onto a Phrathat, watch the spectacular light and sound shows of local myth and join the lantern parade to pay respect to Phrathat on 8th January night at WatPhrathat Cheong Chum, Sakonnakorn


Bun Kun Lan Festival

10 January 2014 - 11 January 2014

It is a tradition to conserve rice. When the first month of the year comes, people will held the activity of conservation of rice according to northeast local tradition at Leu Am Nat district

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